In case you hadn’t observed, Julia Fox‘s eyebrows have been M.I.A. since late Could. Properly, OK, they’re nonetheless there, however the legendary Pat McGrath reportedly bleached them into virtual invisibility a number of weeks in the past. Since then, the Ahncuh Jahms muse has caught with the edgy look. Nonetheless, on Thursday, she added a dramatic new element.
On June 16, Fox was noticed on the Tribeca Competition with what we’re dubbing flying saucer brows. The futuristic look really begins off as eyeliner. The black liquid thickly strains her prime lashes, and wings out — however as a substitute of stopping the place even the boldest wings sometimes cease, they loop round and above her pure, bleached brows to create a considerably sinister-yet-surprised-in-outer-space impact.
The remainder of Fox’s make-up is virtually nonexistent. She let her liner-brow hybrid make-up and 3D-printed prime do all of the speaking.
As of scripting this, it is unclear if Fox did her personal make-up or relied on a make-up artist like McGrath or another person. As we all know, Fox likes to do her personal eye make-up; she famously “really did it myself” for the Vanity Fair Oscar Party — the admission turned a massively standard audio clip on TikTok — and even did a tutorial. What we do know is that no matter liner was used stands as much as a brisk bike journey via New York Metropolis, which is seemingly how Fox received to the Tribeca Competition.